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More Kids Injured by Tiny Magnets After Sales Ban Was Lifted: Study - 2020-11-24
"Small, powerful magnets in toys like Buckyballs building sets and jewelry kits are causing an alarming number of serious pediatric injuries in the United States, new research warns." More

Anxiety Might Speed Alzheimer's: Study - 2020-11-24
"Older adults with memory problems may progress to Alzheimer's more quickly if they are also suffering from anxiety symptoms, a preliminary study suggests." More

Poll: 1 in 3 Parents Pick Holiday Gathering Over COVID Safety - 2020-11-23
"In a new nationwide poll of 1,443 parents, about one in three said the benefits of gathering with families for the holidays outweighed the risk of spreading the virus." More

College Kid Coming Home for Thanksgiving? Here's How to Keep Your Family Safe - 2020-11-23
"As college students prepare to leave their campuses for Thanksgiving or study remotely for the rest of the semester, families should consider their risks and work to reduce them, according to an infectious disease expert." More

More Childbearing Women Having Suicidal Thoughts: Study - 2020-11-20
"The number of women who contemplate suicide or self-harm during or after pregnancy may be on the rise, a large, new study suggests." More

Disasters Leave a Rise in Suicides in Their Wake: Study - 2020-11-20
"Researchers found that the severe emotional distress and anxiety for those who have lived through major disasters can also lead to suicide." More

Losing Your Hair Because of Pandemic Stress? - 2020-11-20
"Add stress-related hair loss to the many problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic." More

Election Outcome Hasn't Lowered Americans' Stress Levels: Poll - 2020-11-19
"The U.S. presidential election may be over, but many Americans remain stressed about it, as well as a number of other worries, a new poll finds." More

Antibiotics Before Age 2 May Up Odds for Obesity, Allergies - 2020-11-18
"The drugs' effect on the "microbiome" -- trillions of helpful microbes living in the human body -- might play a role in a baby's future health, Mayo Clinic researchers said." More

Buying Gun During Pandemic Might Raise Suicide Risk - 2020-11-17
"Those who buy guns as the pandemic rages are more likely to be suicidal than those who already own firearms, a new study finds." More

Pre-Op 'Brain Games' Might Prevent Post-Op Delirium - 2020-11-13
"Just as you can prepare your body for surgery, you can do the same for your brain by keeping it active and challenged through something called "neurobics," according to Ohio State University researchers." More

Could Propecia Up Young Men's Suicide Risk? - 2020-11-12
"Young men who consider using the drug Propecia to prevent baldness may be putting themselves at risk for depression and suicide, a new study suggests." More

AHA News: Despite the Pandemic, Keep Social Connections Strong This Holiday Season - 2020-11-12
"As the pandemic crashes into the holidays, fewer of us may be getting together with family and friends to celebrate the season. But the bonds of friendship remain key to emotional and physical health." More

Transgender People Often Have Heart Risks: Study - 2020-11-12
"Many transgender people who take hormone therapy have unaddressed risks for heart disease and stroke, a new study finds." More

Breastfed Babies May Grow Into Better-Adjusted Teens: Study - 2020-11-10
"The results showed that kids who were breastfed for three months or more developed fewer behavioral difficulties than those who weren't breastfed. They were also less likely to have social and emotional problems, such as anxiety, struggles forming friendships, or difficulties with concentration." More

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